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I believe I have found a bug where a player is forced to retire through injury. I then approached the player to sign him on my youth staff. Contract was agreed and it appeared as though the player was a youth coach. However when I went to edit his training assignment, i could not find him. So i went to my staff of the youth team and could not find the player on the staff list. I then searched for the player, found his profile and it appeared as though he was not contracted by the club (i.e. no club colour background and badge) However his history states that he is a youth team coach for me. I then went to try and approach the player again, however I was not able to. The player suggests he is still contemplating retirement as if he is playing. This occurred for me with Georgio Chiellini.
I am currently managing Grimsby Town and Uruguay. In my Uruguay squad there were only two goalkeepers and both of them retired at the same time and not only them, many players retired at the same time all around the world like Suarez, Messi, Ronaldo, James Rodriguez, Gerard Pique, Thiago Silva and many more. Now I have a world cup qualifier match against Peru and Ecuador and I will probably lose or draw the match. I dont know what to do, I know its illegal to use editors but still if they can help me, please suggest !!!
Hi. I don't know if these are implemented already or impossible to do, i just want to say nevertheless. As we all know, most of the retiring players think about being Manager, AssMan, Scout or definitely not being in football. We could see them in their short/long term plans. Also news sources and social media are much more integrating into the gameplay like IRL. So, what about some reputed and newly retired players or unemployed managers working for media sources? They all have a family to feed, unemployment can be long. They can be hired temporarily according to their reputation. Like newly retired Totti can follow the World Cup 2018 for Eurosport.com and comment on Italy's matches. Some unemployed managers with nation wide reputation can write/talk for national scoped media sources. Some can choose this as a pro career. Check out http://www.oliver-kahn.de/en/fussballexperte/ or just watch a silly Sunday night "football analysis" TV show enlivened by ex-players for my point of view. Thanks for reading.